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Amos ABBA

Amos Abba is a journalist with the International Center for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, who believes that courageous investigative reporting is the key to social justice and accountability in the society.
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FG increases scrutiny for public servants applying for studies in suspicious foreign institutions

THE Federal Government has raised the alarm over civil servants who apply for study leave using admission letters obtained from suspicious foreign universities. The Head...

Scammers fleece Access Bank of N871m in five years

EVERY year, thousands of Nigerians collectively lose millions of naira to online banking fraud. A suspected fraudster recently arrested by the Nigerian Police revealed...

Rivers Tech University slams three-month suspension on lecturer over alleged sexual harassment

THE Rivers State College of Health Science and Management Technology has slammed a three-month suspension on a member of its teaching staff, Princewill Chikakpobi,...

Pay striking doctors with N4.8bn earmarked for WhatsApp calls’ monitoring, SERAP tells Buhari

THE Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to pay the salaries of striking resident doctors from the proposed...

Police confirm death of 22 travellers as bandits ambush religious group in Plateau

THE Plateau State Police Command has confirmed that Saturday's attacks on commuters in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State left 22 people...

IPOB suspends sit-at -home order, gives new directives

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has suspended its sit-at-home order scheduled to hold every Monday in the South-East. The proscribed group revealed this in...

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Amid global web censorship, free internet app offers lifeline

WITH internet and press freedom globally shrinking, Stanislav Shalunov, developer of a mobile app...

Sale of spyware to authoritarian regimes stifles journalism, US media firm reports

THE increased sale of commercial spyware to repressive governments globally has put independent journalists...

Facebook loses over $99m after six-hour global outage

FACEBOOK Inc, rated as the world's largest seller of online ads after Google, lost...

Sanusi Lamido says Nigeria’s diversity idea does not favour ordinary citizens

FORMER Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor and deposed Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido...

Tech experts call for innovative business models at Nigeria’s inaugural TechNovation conference

STAKEHOLDERS in Nigeria's fintech sector say embracing innovative business models and tech stacks will...
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